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4 stunning UI design-to-code animations

Ever wondered how programmers transform our complex UI animation mockups into functional, fast, and beautiful code? Well, if they use React.js, probably Framer Motion is their favorite solution.

Framer Motion is an outstanding library that allows to easily animate complex layouts inside React, and in my opinion, is a must when developing cool looking websites. But since we’re designers or trying React for the first time, and developing isn’t indeed our strength, I created this simple website to teach the basics of animation with FM.

Let’s see: it’s a portfolio gallery.

Sadly GIF compression doesn’t show the full beauty.

There are a lot of different animations

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A beginner’s guide for concept character illustration in Figma

Often illustrations provided with free plugins are low quality, or simply do not represent what you need. or you just want to give your personal touch to your designs.

If you’re new to design, these simple ideas could help you start out doodling and improving your illustrations.

1) Minimal geometry.

The more you use simple geometrical forms, the smoother and cleaner the design will look.

Here are some tips on designing characters: Women are thinner, cuter, and generally more rounded than men: Use big border radiuses and a lot of circles!

On the other hand, men are larger and sharper. You can also play with asymmetry to give

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10 dark tricks Tinder uses to manipulate you.

It’s Christmas time, and you feel a bit lonely. Your popular friend tells you that you should try a dating app to meet someone new, and…

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Design is dead, and we killed him.

A short ironic horror story about 10 things you SHOULD NOT DO when designing.

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How people approach to design: my first online teaching experience.

How my first students approached website design in three different ways, and what I learned about teaching.

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